The current standard for lung cancer screenings are low-dose CT (LDCT) scans, and the latest guidelines recommend anyone with a 20-pack-year history of cigarette smoking be screened yearly for lung cancer. Photo: Shutterstock

A Better Way to Screen for Lung Cancer

A Tufts School of Medicine researcher is developing a test to predict lung cancer risk more accurately and reduce the number of scans needed to detect the condition.
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Faculty Spotlight: Chandi Edmonds

"Coming from academic institutions of various sizes, I believe Tufts has a strong commitment to 'doing better' for all but especially for people who have experienced racism."